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Rotation axis : X Rotation - inversion axis : X Rotation axis with mirror plane

normal to it : X / m or - Rotation axis with diad axis ( axes ) normal to it : X2

Rotation axis with mirror plane ( planes )

axis with ...

Rotation axis : X Rotation - inversion axis : X Rotation axis with mirror plane

normal to it : X / m or - Rotation axis with diad axis ( axes ) normal to it : X2

Rotation axis with mirror plane ( planes )

**parallel**to it : Xm Rotation - inversionaxis with ...

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28a ) , the component of the molecular field acting on B in a direction

will be , for small angles , – 21 MA¢ , and at equilibrium this is equal to but

opposite H . The total magnetization component

28a ) , the component of the molecular field acting on B in a direction

**parallel**to Hwill be , for small angles , – 21 MA¢ , and at equilibrium this is equal to but

opposite H . The total magnetization component

**parallel**to His 28 L . Néel , Ann ...Page 441

Molar magnetic susceptibility of manganese fluoride , MnF2 ,

perpendicular to the c axis of the crystal . ( After Griffel and Stout . ) In the

orientation ( Fig . 15 . 28b ) the susceptibility at T = 0°K is zero : ( 15 . 64 ) x ( 0 ) =

0 ...

Molar magnetic susceptibility of manganese fluoride , MnF2 ,

**parallel**andperpendicular to the c axis of the crystal . ( After Griffel and Stout . ) In the

**parallel**orientation ( Fig . 15 . 28b ) the susceptibility at T = 0°K is zero : ( 15 . 64 ) x ( 0 ) =

0 ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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